province of ontario, where a scotsman named joseph hudson starts a farm, and he gives it a scottish name: burnbrae. "now, what has that to do with women entrepreneurs?" you're saying. well, burnbrae is still there in the village of lyn, the very same farm bearing the very same name, doing the very same work, except that it's grown to be huge. it is now specialized in eggs - very innovative in that field, as you're about to discover. and it has grown to a size where, for instance, a million eggs are laying hens for burnbrae. but they're also doing it for the ceo, margaret hudson, great-granddaughter of joseph hudson. yes, it has lasted that long and done extremely well. here's margaret hudson. margaret hudson, i've been eating burnbrae eggs. this is not an endorsement, but in a way it is. they're very nice. been eating them for years, and when i would see the name on the cartons, i thought, "ah, some marketing guy, some marketing genius, cooked that up, did a little focus group." but actually no, it's an authentic name, burnbrae.